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also aunt·y  (ăn′tē, än′-)
n. pl. aunt·ies Informal


(Broadcasting) Austral an informal name for ABC22
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aunty - the sister of your father or motheraunty - the sister of your father or mother; the wife of your uncle
grandaunt, great-aunt - an aunt of your father or mother
kinswoman - a female relative
maiden aunt - an unmarried aunt
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(aːnt) noun
the sister of one's father or mother, or the wife of one's uncle. My Aunt Anne died last week; The child went to the circus with her aunt.
ˈauntie, ˈaunty (ˈaːnti) noun
an aunt. Auntie Jean; Where's your auntie?
References in classic literature ?
Oh, it is wonderful here, aunty dear, just paradise
Why, aunty, we are only going up home;--what is the use?
Well, aunty, I did lose a great many; and then, when we stopped anywhere, papa would buy some more of whatever it was.
It must shut down," said aunty, with the air of a general, as she squeezed the things in, and sprung upon the lid;--still a little gap remained about the mouth of the trunk.
I was born a see-saw Aunty, and nothing can ever prevent me from teetering.
Well, I've counted them twice, Aunty, and I can't make but nine.
Aunt Tulliver must certainly go to the Mill now, and keep house for Tom; that was rather a loss to Lucy in the matter of household comfort; but then, to think of poor aunty being in her old place again, and gradually getting comforts about her there!
You must sit by yourself, aunty," said that contriving young lady, "because I must sit by Tom; I've a great deal to say to him.
Twenty four year old Ruth Christie, who is scared of heights, will fly down the Velocity Zip wire at Bethesda quarry in memory of her aunty and to raise funds for Marie Curie.
Caption: Aunty Vera cuts her birthday cake, with a little help from president Grant Brookes and kaiwhakahaere Kerri Nuku.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 29 (ANI): The witty Punjabi aunty, in her unsolicited unforgiving self, has sworn not to spare people who spread rumors.
Beloved daughter of Kathy King and the late John King, devoted wife to Eugene and mother of Niamph, Seamus and Oein, sister of Shaun and Claudine, Carol and Pauline, much loved niece to aunty Mary, aunty Val, aunty Margaret, her late uncle Jimmy and aunty and uncle Kath and Frank York, loved and cherished aunty to all of her nieces and nephews and by all of her friends.